We’re back with our weekly roundup of the best new Android apps in 2015, as well! The holidays are now over, so it’s now back to work for many of us, and with this, our usual selection has returned. Just in case you missed these stories, I recommend you to have a look at some of the best Android apps and games that we enjoyed this past year. But now it’s time to leave 2014 behind and start fresh with this new selection.

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft (Free)

I’ve started playing Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft a few day back and the game got me hooked immediately with its idea. So if you have been playing it until today on your PC on your iPad, the good new is that you can now destroy cards on Android tablets. At the moment Hearthstone only supports tablets with screens that are 6 inches and larger, and there’s no news as to when or if it’s going to land on smartphones, as well.

Game of Thrones ($4.99)

Considered by many fans already long overdue, the official Game of Thrones game for Android users is now available on the Play Store from Telltale Games developer. The game comes  in six episodes which set in the world of HBO’s groundbreaking TV show. However, the game tells a different, new story than the one in the TV show – House Forrester, a noble family from the north of Westeros, loyal to the Starks of Winterfell is caught up in the events surrounding the War of the Five Kings. User will be able to take on the role of different members of the Forrester household.

Star Wars: KOTOR ($4.99)


There are millions of Star Wars in the world and they will definitely appreciate the release of another game – the RPG Star Wars Kotor. The game features over 40 different powers along with the ability to build your own Lightsaber. Players will be able to adventure through iconic Star Wars locations, such as Tatooine and the Wookiee homeworld Kashyyyk. It will be possible to choose your party from nine customizable Star Wars characters, including Twi’leks, Droids and Wookiees. The game also comes with a full HID controller support.

Exiles ($5.99)

EXILES is a beautiful new Sci-Fi 3D role playing game that takes place on a distant world. The story takes place in the near future, in ‘a colony on a distant planet has been driven to isolation and desolation, as a corrupt government tries to enslave it with a lethal virus‘. The game allows players to explore a huge and open world, full of alien hives, underground temples, and caves. You will be able to choose from 3 different character classes and a large variety of weapons to use and upgrade.

GTA: Chinatown Wars ($4.99)


Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars was released back in 2009 for Nintendo DS, and then for the PlayStation Portable and iOS; and now it has finally landed on Android, as well. The game follows an epic storyline with tons of side-missions, addictive mini-games and hidden collectibles. It comes with widescreen resolution support, support for Android TV devices , updated, highly customizable touchscreen controls; enhanced graphics, lighting and explosion effects and it is also compatible with select Android Bluetooth and USB controllers.

Baldur’s Gate II ($7.99)

Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition is a remake of the role-playing game Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn which was released back in 2000 for Windows users; now the popular RPG game with millions of fans is getting a remake on the Android ecosystem. The current game includes the original Shadows of Amn campaign, as well as the following expansions: Throne of Bhaal, Fist of the Fallen, The Black Pits II: Gladiators of Thay. Hard-core fans can also pay extra to get A Price Paid in Blood, A Voice in the Dark and in Defense of the Wild.

Brothers in Arms 3 (Free)

Gameloft makes some amazing mobile games and such is the case with the latest Brothers in Arms 3. In the game you are responsible to ‘lead your band of highly trained brothers on the frontline and use their special abilities in the heat of the battle‘. Users will be able to upgrade their weapons and improve the soldiers’ skills and fight against the enemy army. The game comes with stunning indoor and outdoor game settings, weather and time-of-day variations and console-like graphics for a AAA game.

Amazon Shopping (Free)


With the new Amazon Shopping app for Android devices users will be able to shop millions of products on any of Amazon’s sites around the world. The app allows to quickly search, get product details, and read reviews on millions of products. It also comes with  1-Click ordering, customer support, Wish Lists, order tracking, the ability to scan product barcodes and images to compare prices and check availability using and much more.

IndieGoGo (Free)


The official IndieGoGo app for Android users is here, allowing users to discover new campaigns or keep track of their favorites. Use the app to explore campaign perks and share specific campaigns with friends. Crowdfunding is becoming more popular by the day and while most of the attention goes to Kickstarter, IndieGoGo has recently made some much needed improvements that will make people use the platform even more.

KinoConsole (Free)


If you want to Play PC games on your Android device, then you should give a try to KinoConsole – a remote desktop application optimised for streaming games to your smartphone or tablet device. The developer says you will be able to play games like Hearthstone, Diablo III, Skyrim, X-COM and Civilization with same experience as you’d have when playing on a computer.

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